Is Aerofly FS2 supported?

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  • #1678

    ebaw
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    Does the CLS.E yoke in the mean time work with Aerofly FS2?
    The last post was 3 years ago, if so, how is it done and works everything ?
    Thanks

    #1712

    sbrunner
    Keymaster

    Hi
    Sorry no direct support on FS2 (only USB)
    Reasons..
    No requests for this Simulator, and we will Focus on X-Plane, Prepare3d, DCS, and new MSFS 2020
    Regards
    Stefan Brunner

    #2149

    piersherbert
    Participant

    We need a simulator for aerobatics with VR headset. Having assessed all the simulator platforms for this project we have concluded that Aerofly FS2 is the most suitable: best flight physics for aerobatic aircraft and good VR performance. Given the wide range of air speeds during aerobatic maneuvers, dynamic control loading is essential. We would have liked CLS-P joystick if Brunner supported Aerofly. We have been in contact with another company which may provide a control loading solution for Aerofly FS2, but outcome remains to be seen.

    #2438

    piersherbert
    Participant

    Just want to bump this thread to see if Brunner will re consider support for Aerofly FS2. I still have no available control loading solution for a simulator with the VR performance and aerobatic flight model that Aerofly FS2 can offer.

    #2651

    piersherbert
    Participant

    No reply so far to this thread so I will bump it again.

    2022 could be the year VR really comes of age for flight simulation. We already have new headsets such as Varjo Aero and VRgineers XTAL 3. Pimax are working on a 12K QLED headset with new technology lenses. Of all the simulator platforms Aerofly FS2 is perhaps the best optimized for VR and may give the smoothest performance with the new and future headsets. Yet Aerofly FS2 so far lacks a control loading solution. Perhaps now is the time for Brunner to re consider support for Aerofly FS2.

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